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't necessarily just her words. it's broadcast on msnbc. msnbc is out of touch. msnbc has declared war on the american fabric. they are determined to change our life, our lifestyle, how we think, how we act from. radicals like al-thatal sharpton to ryan knows like morning joe. i can't figure out why morning joe thinks he is a republican besides wearing the blue blazer. >> i thought you liked him. >> i don't. i like the show. i watch "fox & friends." i go back and forth. i watch back and forth. i like the politics. i'm not sure why morning joe calls himself a republican he is not. he is a rhino. plicials are -- liberals are feeding a narrative state knows best cradle to grave. conservatives are feeding the narrative community knows best. what's at the center of the community? the family. you have a vast difference between the liberal msnbc and the conservative rest of us. >> dana? >> what? which part of that should i reply to. >> fabric. appropriate for networks to run this or for bob to have his phone on. >> if the collective had raised him correctly he would have known to turn off his
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here on msnbc and we'll talk to young undocumented immigrant who is can finally speak out and the filmmaker giving them a voice. >>> first, tensions rising on the korean prince, today secretary of state john kerry in japan also offering new talks with north korea if they honor previous commitments. >>> u.s. and south korean officials are bracing for a possible rocket launch by the north. this has often been a day that they have acted provocatively. amen, good morning to you and how is the region preparing for this missile test that we have been talking about for so many days? >> good afternoon to you, richard, preparations definitely been underway here not only in japan but across the region, let's tart off here in tokyo, the government is sparing no resource to protect the public from a possible rocket tlaunch could go over japanese air space. they have deployed two destroyers, all of these having the capability to intercept any potential rocket fire that could go through japanese air space. meanwhile the united states and south korea and other militaries have been on a h
the msnbc should give him an anchor job. so i've got to give them props for at least being willing to talk to me. what i've got to say that some the things that he does has anchor as an advocate trouble me as a media critic. in the middle of the trayvon martin situation where trayvon martin's family was trying to pressure officials of the florida to charge george zimmerman am the man who shot and killed, with murder. al sharpton decided to be a spokesman for the family. and so on march 22 of last year there was this huge rally in florida, part of the reason that the rally was to raise money for the family, to help them press their legal fight. so al sharpton was out there getting people to donate money, pressuring and calling for prosecutors to go after george zimmerman. and 6:00 rolls around, and he stopped doing what he's doing. he grabbed trayvon martin's parents, kids in front of the tv camera and he spends an hour on hosting the msnbc show, politics nation. them when i chose over, does right back to the rally and right back to raising money and then right back pressuring prosecutors t
, david axelrod now works for msnbc. which is a nice change of pace given that msnbc is to work for axelro.elrod the history channel is not here. i guess they were embarrassed about the whole obama is the devil thing. [laughter] of course, that never cap fox news from showing up. -- kept fox news from showing up. they actually thought the comparison was not fair to satan. [laughter] the problem is is that the media landscape is changing so rapidly. you cannot keep up with it. buzzfeed wasen just something i did in college around 2:00 a.m. [laughter] it's true. [laughter] recently though, i found a new favorite source or political news. these guys are great. i think everybody should check it out. they tell it like it is. it is called whitehouse.gov. i cannot get enough of it. [laughter] the fact is, i really do respect the press. i recognize the press and i have different jobs to do. i job is to be president. me humble. to keep frankly, i think i am doing my job better. [laughter] part of the problem is that everyone is so cynical. we are constantly feeding cynicism and conspiracies. do you
ceremony hosted by chris matthews in dallas. it's at 11:00 eastern time on msnbc. >>> football fans have something to cheer about. new york's radio city music hall is where the top prospects have gathered above the famed marquee. security will be tighter than usual in light of the boston marathon bombings. football players will pause to honor the bombing victims by a moment of silence. >>> the most popular selling video game. sanders got 58% of the vote to be on the cover of madden 25. >>> a broken water pipe may be to blame for this. that's a bunny rabbit on the racetrack. that's cute. moving on to the landslide story. a broken water pipe may be responsible for what we are about to show you. it stretched 15 feet under the home. the home is deemed unsafe. the owners can't return until engineers decide what to do next. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. if you've got it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airway
times, and msnbc. every year at the end of our national convention, we have the leaders of various national civil rights groups join us to talk about what they have done and we have done in the preceding year, what we have not been table
are live on 1190 wliv, c- span, and it will run on c-span again during the week, three times, and msnbc. every year at the end of our national convention, we have the leaders of various national civil rights groups join us to talk about what they have done and we have done in the preceding year, what we have not been table do, and then what we commit to doing in the coming year so that we are held account to believe what we say. it is not enough to just convene, talk about things, show how smart we are, give our best sound bites, we must measure what we do, what we do not do, so that people will know that we are serious in our service to people. this year, we added, though, that wth
minutes ago. we'll update you on msnbc on this breaking news, coming out of texas. that's easy to digest so you can fully enjoy the dairy you love. lactaid®. for 25 years, easy to digest. easy to love. [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know it, but your mouth is under attack. food particles infiltrate and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> breaking news out of texas on msnbc. we're getting reports of a large investigation team from the u.s. chemical safety board to the scene. what has been a massive fire and explosion at the west fertilizer plant, located in the town of west, texas. about 20 miles north of waco. we're also hearing that this team is going to be arriving some time thursday afternoon. we're going to talk about that right after this break. >>> welcome back to msnbc, and breaking news coming out of west in texas, right outside of waco, texas. our nbc news, gabe gutierrez on the ground there. gabe,
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are watching msnbc, the place for politics, coming to you live from the nation's capital. congress did something they rarely do these days, vote for something. >> members of this house are going to run for the airports and they will pat themselves on the back and say job well done. >> now the faa has the funding it needs. meanwhile, other critical program funded by the feds are left stuck on the tarmac. >> for the syrian government to utilize chemical weapons on its people crosses a line. >> president obama faces the heat from the hawks as evidence mounts of chemical weapon use inside syria. >> i gave it my best. i gave my best shot for america. and that's all you can do in life. >> and america takes another look at the 43rd president. we will give you an insiders a view of the george w. bush library dedication. >>> first though, breaking news we need to bring you up to speed about here, the first from southern afghanistan where four american servicemen were killed in a plane crash today. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. however, initial reports do not indicate the
. >>> good morning. i'm craig melvin. this is msnbc's continuing coverage of the developing situation in boston. we will have the latest live from boston in just a moment, but first, though, if you are just waking up and joining us, here are the very latest developments. the headline in this morning's "boston globe" says it all right there. "nightmare's end." the sound of celebration and cheers took the place of police sirens and gunfire last night in watertown, massachusetts, as a relieved community emerged from five days of terror that ended with the arrest of the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing. police cornered 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev in a two-hour standoff. he was hiding in a boat in the backtown of a watertown home. he had been shot, he lost a lot of blood. this morning he is in a boston area hospital. at last check he was listed in serious condition. after his capture, massachusetts governor deval patrick and authorities praised police efforts and the community's cooperation. >> it was a very, very complicated case, a very challenging case, and there are s
the boston bombing suspect was arrested. good sunday. i'm craig melvin. you're watching msnbc. at any moment we could learn specifically which charges 19-year-old dzhokhar sars irv will face. what happens after that? >> this man should be designated a potential enemy. >> mirandizing him would be a horrible idea. >> calling for muslims in america -- >> 99% of muslims are outstanding americans. the fact is, that's where the threat is coming up. >>> up to speed on the latest in the boston marathon investigation. again, the 19-year-old suspect still listed in serious condition. nbc news confirmed that the suspect was wounded in the throat, and at this point he cannot speak. meanwhile, people gathered today at a makeshift memorial at the marathon finish line. the governor of boston and the mayor calling for a moment of silent tomorrow afternoon at 2:58 p.m., the time of the blast. this aerial infrared footage showed how they were able to locate the suspect hiding out in a boat stored in a watertown backyard. that's not the picture of the infrared footage but we'll show it to you later. 15 people
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coverage, right here on msnbc, on one of the biggest issues facing washington right now. and we have brand-new poll numbers to show you on the debate that will shape the future for millions of future americans. also this morning, a republican congressman in charge of keeping the house in republican control speaks out loudly to the left of the president on social security. he's sticking to his guns. how many republicans will make him walk it back? and a bipartisan breakthrough on background checks may not be so easy after all. the nra, after hours of letting it hang out there, late last night, let congress know they're still keeping score. >>> it's a very busy thursday, april 11th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. got the 411 on everything today. had to use it once. let's get right to my first read. this morning at 11:00, the senate is expected to vote on whether to take up debate on a gun bill. it follows a whiplash day of sorts, as momentum seemed to stall on the big compromise on background checks put forward by senators pat toomey and joe manchin. senator chuck schumer
waters. keep sending in your videos, from land or sea, one by each. dailyrundown on msnbc.com. the senate will begin the first debate on gun legislation in a generation, after a solid majority voted 68-31 to move to the debate on gun safety proposals. but after a week of action, this could take a while. as senators offer up a slew of amendments. some of them will be poison pills, aimed at killing the legislation, but they're going to be all over the map. 16 republican senators join 15 democrats and 2 independents in voting to proceed the debate on the legislation. i want to focus on the 16 amendment. on that list of 16 republicans, just three senators, arizona's jeff blake, mark kirk, and dean heller have not been to a dinner hosted by president obama. mark kirk has been central to the compromise on guns. and heller has made his willingness to do something on guns known for a while. but as it becomes clear which group of republicans want to be legislatures, working across party lines in the senate, and if the white house has any hope of negotiating with a group of republicans, this is the
to the dark side, david axelrode.-- now works for msnbc. which is a nice change since msnbc used to work for david axelrod. the history channel is not here. i guess they are embarrassed about the whole obama is the devil thing. that never kept fox news from showing up. they thought the comparison was not fair to satan. [laughter] the media landscape is changing rapidly. you cannot keep up with it. i remember when buzz feed was something i did around 2 a.m. it is true. [laughter] recently i found a new favorite source for political news. these guys are great. everyone should check it out. it is called whitehouse.gov. i cannot get enough of it. the fact is, i really do respect the press. i recognize that the press and i have different jobs to do. my job is to be president. your job is to keep me humble. frankly i think i'm doing my job better. [laughter] part of the problem is that everyone is so cynical. we are constantly feeding cynicism and conspiracies. remember a few months ago prime ster shouldn't put out a photograph of me going -- shooting at camp david? a number of people insisted
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-hop power couple, jay-z and beyonce vacation in cuba. and msnbc runs a controversial promo claiming kids belong to the community, not parents. and a hollywood reporter names its 35 most powerful people in the media. who made the list? find out now on fox news watch. on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor judy miller, richard grinnell, for the ambassador of the united nations. jim pinkerton, editor to conservative magazine and ellen radner. i'm jon scot i'm in for jon scott, fox news watch. >> i've heard some in the washington press, what happens to gun violence in legislation in congress this week will either be a political victory or defeat for me. connecticut, this is not about me. this is mott about politics. this is about doing the right thing for all the families who are here that have been torn apart by gun violence. it's about them and all the families going forward so we can prevent this from happening again. that's what it's about. the law enforcement officials putting their lives at risk, that's what it's about. it's not about politics. >> president obama makin
tuned. "first look" up next. right here with the breaking news coming out of texas on msnbc. >>> breaking news on "first look." an explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas. unknown fatalities and hundreds have been injured. >>> and in boston, the fbi believes they've isolated an image of a potential bombing suspect. new details just ahead. good morning. we begin with a massive and deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas. we have video of the moment that blast took place. it is disturbing. in the clip, you can hear how the explosion led to sheer terror for a child watching nearby. [ explosion ] >> i can't hear. i can't hear. get out of here. please, get out of here. >> oh, my god. >> please, get out of here. please, get out of here. dad, please get out of here. >> this morning, police are not giving exact numbers on casualties. but early reports indicate that hundreds are injured. it all happened in the city of west, texas. that's about 20 miles north of waco. and registered a magnitude 2.1 on the richter scale. the local ems director was visibly injured in the blast.
't be surprised by fox and friends. they represent the right. much of the same way that msnbc represents the near-sighted. which brings us tom our main -- brings us to our main story tonight cnn. as recent years as neither the left nor the right but rather a steady spiral downward. they tried to fix that starting at the top. >> jeff zucker has been tapped to become the next president of cnn worldwide. >> he believes cnn programs need more energy and more passion. he said he wants the definition of news to evolve and define news more broadly. >> jon: no longer will news be defined as things that are or have happened in the world. [laughter] for instance, i love that show csi, why can't that be news? i love brunch. who doesn't love brunch? that's news. [ laughter ] four months to cnn 2.0 it's time measure the progress. >> remember the launch they had sometime back here where they managed to put a multi-staged missile up to space? [laughter] >> jon: did they have monitors where you work? [laughter] senor mifl. they are not rehergs the studio blocking but getting use of the room. >> i'll bring this o
working on here at "hardball" and other programs at msnbc and elsewhere is to look at the physical evidence. and let's start with that first leg of the stool, which michael referred to. this kind of thing that we're looking at here. it being looks like a very badly damaged pressure cooker discovered on the roof. this battery pack, what does that tell you in terms of whether a person placed it there and had time, perhaps a time bomb as we called them. and also the circuit board. what does it all tell you in terms of the way in which someone has careful instructions on how it's built. it can be a very tenacious type of thing. i think the investigators are way ahead. realize, as you've just pointed out, chris, when a bomb goes off, it doesn't just go into cyberspace or disappear into outerspace. these other agencies are available to put this back together. for example, this is a six liter and remote control toys. each of these is a separate and authorities can say who bought this, who bought that, who bought this? and we can pull all of these together. if we can show one person bought
here in dallas is david gregory, moderator of nbc's "meet the press" and chuck todd, msnbc's political director and host of msnbc's "the daily rundown." let me start with david because you've had a really good look and we have jonathan martin of politico and in washington we're joined right now by alex wagner, host of "now" with alex wagner on msnbc and howard fineman has joined us as well. editorial director of "the huffington post why the "media group and msnbc political analyst. let's go to david right now and get a sense of what the library is all about. >> well, chris, and obvious lly stop me at any time as the ceremony unfolds if you want to go to it live. this library is very much in the image of what president bush wants to be remembered for. his was a tumultuous presidency. there's an aspect of the library, the presidency he imagined and the presidency he ultimately led as a wartime leader, the 9/11 portions are compelling. it is striking that iraq is not separate from the entire section on the war on terror, which was the enduring criticism. >> can we take a break, david. >>
advisors have switched over to the dark side. for scam, david axel rod now works for msnbc which is a nice change of pace since msnbc used to work for david axelrod. the history channel is not here. i guess they were embarrassed about the whole obama is a devil thing. of course, that never kept fox news from showing up. they actually thought the comparison was not fair to satan. but the problem is that the media landscape is changing so rapidly. you can't keep up with it. may i remember when buzz feed was just something i did in college around 2:00 a.m. it's true. recently, though, i found a new favorite source for political news. these guys are great. i think everybody here should check it out. they tell it like it is. it's called white house.gov. i cannot get enough of it. fact is, i really do respect the press. i recognize that the press and i have different jobs to do. my job is to be president. your job is to keep me humble. frankly, i think i'm doing my jobber. job better. punishment part obut part of ts everybody is so cynical. feeding conspiracies, suspicion. remember a few months
it comes to television news, we have a divided landscape. fox news is watched by conservatives, msnbc watched by liberals and cnn is watched by people who clean the offices at cnn. [laughter] [oohs] oh, it gets worst. cnn's ratings are so low, when it comes up, james earl jones says, you are watching cnn? what the hell? i have to say, in the past two years, cnn has made some odd moves. it replaced the -- popular larry king with one of the footman from "downton abbey." it is good to see my old friends at msnbc. chris matthews is here. chris matthews has the only show where the commercial exists just so they can wipe the spittle off the lens. [laughter] during the boston coverage on msnbc last week, chuck todd stopped a pundit from speculating on unverified information. there is no joke here. i'm just letting the people at cnn know that you can do that. [laughter] this is a learning experience. fox news star bill o'reilly, he has become quite the author. two recent bestsellers, " killing kennedy" and "killing lincoln." bill o'reilly is now working on his next book, due out this fall, th
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great new show, all in, with chris hayes every night at 8:00 eastern on msnbc. the place for politics. >>> today the republican run-off in south carolina between mark sanford and curtis boss particular, pollsters give sanford the edge. the two men are vying for the republican nomination in a congressional special election. meanwhile, the democrat in that race is getting help from her little brother, comedian stephen colbert will hold two fundrai fundraisers with tickets at $10,000 a pop. wonder what they're serving. president obama might want to keep his day job and golf after a tough day on the basketball court. not so good. the president and others shot hoops after monday's easter egg roll. get this, mr. obama had to ask for some help going 2 for 22 on free-throws. yikes. >> the president doesn't goat practice probably as much as he'd like to. he's a -- having done a few shoot around with him, he's pretty good shot. these are busy times. >> they say he's a pretty good shot. >> excuses. >> i don't know. that didn't look like a good shot. i thought he had game. >> i've seen highlights
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spell out l ocho lolove. take that darkness. that now. msnbc's coverage of the attack today in boston continues through the night. please stay with us. thanks. >>> thank you. we're expecting a press conference from boston police about 30 minutes from now. we'll bring that to you live. let's start right now with what we know. here's the very latest information we have this hour on the horrific events that unfolded today in boston. this was the scene at the finish line of the boston marathon before 3:00 this afternoon. as we saw happened right at the finish line, there was a second explosion about a block further back. the explosions took place 4:30 minutes into the place. the explosions came at what was to be a high-traffic time at the finish line. authorities said they did not have any specific intelligence on an attack ahead of time. they closed down the area around the blast site for 24 hours and boston police are asking people to stay in their homes or hotel rooms and not to gather in large crowds. right now they're not sure where the explosive devices were placed and treating anyt
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fox news, but when you have something we just played, msnbc's alex wagner saying that charles krauthammer and bill o'reilly are on the verge of calling president obama a muslim because of the criticism of the president's remarks. neither one of those guys have gone anywhere near that. >> well, i mean, it's a funny way of balancing things out, howard. i mean, on one side you have a guy who keeps saying muslim terrorist, trying to equate the two. on the one side, you have somebody saying, hey, maybe that's not wise. so i don't equate those two as equ equal. you know since 1995, 56% of the terrorist acts in the united states have been right wing terrorists? >> let me jump in. i wanted to bring michael medvec into the conversation. is the media tone on this in some quarters too vitriolic? >> when you're talking about an event like boston which is so horrifying, there are 30 people still in the hospital there are people permanently crippled, when you say too vitriolic, the person people are upset. it's the most serious successful terrorist attack on the homeland itself since 9/11.
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are watching msnbc, the place for politics. >>> secretary of state john kerry met with leaders hoping to persuade the north to end its brinksmanship with the north and its allies. let's take a listen. >> the united states and china remain fully committed to the september 2005 joint statement of the six-party talks and to its core goal. and that core goal is the verifiable denuclearization of the pen anyoinsula in a peacefu manner. ian williams joins us live. what was the take away? will china be help envelope trying to defuse the threats? >> reporter: john kerry sudden lynn believes that and said in that same press conference that he thought china was very serious about [ inaudible ] change its behavior and china -- kerry saw the leadership, prime minister li, xi jinping as well as the top policy officials. he told xi that was critical time for a number of issues but of course, none more so than north korea. now, at the end of today, we had an agreement with two sides saying that they would work dog together for the denucle denuclearizati denuclearization, but no idea what china will
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